Lady Alex: Look, you're just going to have to face it. Like it or not, we're going to have to work on this together.
Hooten: OK.

Hooten: Are you kidding me? You can't outsmart me.
Lady Alex: A chicken could outsmart you.
Hooten: OK. Let the best man win.

You're manacling yourself to her voluntarily. You're the bravest man I've ever met. I salute you.

Lady Alex: If I get out of this alive, Hooten, I'm never speaking to you again.
Hooten: OK. But I want that in writing before we leave.

Hooten: I've yet to meet a single woman who is as smart as you, as funny as you, or as loyal as you. You're pretty, you can kick ass when you need to, and you've got a smile that can light up a room. He's a lucky guy.
Lady Alex: Stop being so nice to me. It's very disconcerting.

Hooten: You're going to tell me not kill him, aren't you?
Lady Alex: Will it bring them back?

Lady Alex: Who's the buyer? Who is he?
Hooten: His name is Kane, and he wants the jewel, even more than he wanted that Faberge egg. And if I can find it first I can flush him out and get what I want in return-revenge.
Lady Alex: What for?
Hooten: Killing my family. My wife and my son.

Hooten: This is what you want. And me. Let Alex go. You just leave her alone.
Kane: Like you left my wife alone?
Lady Alex: You ran off with his wife? That is a significant detail to leave out.
Hooten: He murdered her for it. And our son.
Kane: You knew what would happen, what I do to those who betray me.
Hooten: He was a 6 year old boy, he didn't betray anybody. He just loved his parents.
Kane: I trusted you like a brother.
Hooten: She didn't love you: she was scared of you.
Kane: So you condemned her to a lifetime in hiding, wondering how long will we have? And for what?
Hooten: It was still the better life.
Kane: Is that what you tell yourself? Did your son feel the same way?

Hooten: Holy shit! Go Alex!
Lady Alex: Untie them. OK, what do I do? What do I do now?
Hooten: You're doing great.
Lady Alex: On my God, I think I'm going to be sick.

Lady Alex: I'm worried about you, Hooten. I mean genuinely concerned.
Hooten: Is this a guilt trip about leaving me in Russia? I thought that meant we were done.
Lady Alex: It was just a spat. It doesn't mean you have to disappear off the face of the planet.
Hooten: You're still pissed about the egg. I got a bit paranoid, I admit.
Lady Alex: Your friend was murdered, and now you're hiding out here in Cambodia.
Hooten: Can't a guy have a vacation?
Lady Alex: Shutting me out-lying about where you are, and now chasing something that doesn't even exist. A jewel that bestows immortality.
Hooten: You're right. I've lost it.
Lady Alex: Then why are you doing it?

Lady Alex: To be honest, I'm quite glad you're here.
Hooten: Is that a thank you?
Lady Alex: You need to know there's no money involved.
Hooten: I'm not a philistine. It doesn't have to be money. It could be jewels, diamonds, rubies never hurt anybody.
Lady Alex: It's something far more valuable than any of those.
Hooten: I knew it.
Lady Alex: It's Ella.
Hooten: Ella?
Lady Alex: She's been taken hostage.

Hooten: Well, that's hardcore. What do they want?
Lady Alex: I was meant to come alone. They want this.
Hooten: It's a spoon. She's being held ransom for a spoon?

Hooten and The Lady Quotes

Alex: None of this would have happened if you hadn't have stolen the skull in the first place. And then we escape by the skin of our teeth, and you just go right ahead and steal it again.
Hooten: I didn't steal anything. Don't give me that, you grave robber.
Alex: What?
Hooten: Wrenching that map from his cold, dead hand.
Alex: That is hardly the same thing.
Hooten: You're right-it's worse. You should be ashamed of yourself. And, you broke his arm off!
Alex: You know, everyone has the right to be stupid, Mr. Hooten, but you really abuse the privilege.

Lady Alexandra: What's that?
Hooten: I grabbed it before we left the camp. It seemed like a smart thing to do.
Lady Alexandra: It looks like meat.
Hooten: Um.
Lady Alexandra: You're eating your horse?
Hooten: It's what she would have wanted.